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Pre-Sunrise Mix playlist for 12/23/2009

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
EurytmicsWinter WonderlandA Very Special Christmas
Colbie CaillatMistletoeMistletoe
Bon JoviI Wish Everyday Could Be Like ChristmasA Very Special Christmas
The TemptationsThe Little Drummer BoyBest of Motown
Jordin SparksI'll Be Home For ChristmasThis Christmas
NSYNCMerry Christmas/Happy HolidaysUltimate Christmas
John Cougar MellencampI Saw Mommy Kissing Santa ClausA Very Special Christmas
Bruce SpringsteenMerry Christmas BabyA Very Special Christmas
Bing CrosbyMele KalikimakaWhite Christmas
The PretendersHave Yourself A Merry Little ChristmasA Very Special Christmas
Grover WashingtonThe Christmas SongBreath of Heaven
The Twistin' KingsThe Xmas TwistA Motown Christmas

Hello and Happy Holidays WUSB listeners and especially you Pre-Sunrise Music Mix listeners. I just want to say thanks for listening throughout the year 2009. And also if you tuned into the most recent broadcast 12/23/09. I had planned to play christmas/holiday music for the entire broadcast, something similar to the broadcast I did in memory of Michael Jackson. For some reason I was getting a vibe that the early morning of december 23, was to soon for a saturation of christmas/holiday music. So as you probably know if you was listening I went off on one of my verbose chats. I just want to mention that most of the talk was just a substitute for the christmas/holiday music. But some of the issues were real like the problem with Pepboys and the collection agency. I think the public should know those issues. In order to recognize them if encountered. Some of the chat was very basic and was meant for you/the listener to draw your own conclusion. Some of the chat alluded to everyday topics in the media during the year and was only mentioned as parody to the eternalness of the christmas/holiday season. I hope you enjoyed the final broadcast for 2009, And I hope you continue to tune into WUSB and especially the Pre-Sunrise Music Mix in 2010. Happy Holidays, and the best of luck.
Gary C